Maggie Young had the market on normal. Normal friends, normal parents, normal grades.. normal life. Until him.
Clayton Reed was running from his past and an army of personal demons that threatened to take him down. He never thought he had a chance at happiness. Until her.
Maggie thought their love could overcome anything. Clay thought she was all he needed to fix his messy life. That together, they could face the world. But the darkness is always waiting.
Sometimes the greatest obstacle to true love is within yourself.
I’ll be honest… I sort of went into this book blindly. I wasn’t sure what to expect going into it. A couple twitter pals recommended this book so I thought I’d give it a try. Things started off great. I was enjoying the first few chapters, but then things started to change for me. Clay started acting irrational and I had a hard time accepting his behavior. I’m hoping this isn’t to spoilerish, but Clay suffers from bipolar disorder. Some of his actions were spot on with symptoms of bipolar disorder. While others weren’t in my opinion. He definitely has more issues going on then bipolar disorder. After a while his irrational behavior got to be too much and I started to grow bored with the story. I started skimming pages and I hate when I do that. Finally I decided that I’d had enough and stopped reading. I’m not saying this book isn’t worth finishing. I’m not saying this book is bad. It simply just wasn’t for me. I had a hard time connecting with the characters and just wasn’t feeling it.